Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Great collection. Thee penultimate photo may be my fave.
Lovely photographs. If you ever decide to stop writing, you can have a new career as a photographer. Each of those is frame-worthy.
No need for me to wait (it didn't happen with cloud cover this morning) - I can just click here and see the work and time you put into taking these photos, and enjoy them warm and cozy with my coffee. Thank you for sharing!
Thanks for the loveliness!
I like the well lit autumn leafs with the path through them. Where does it go and what's at the end of it?
It does look like a path, Jim. But it's just a hillside pasture as the first sun hits it. Keep going up and you hit deep woods and eventually the top of the mountain.
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